Microsoft rolling out the Build 22499 update of the Win11 Dev preview version

Windows 11

Microsoft brings the Build 22499 update to users of the Win11 Dev preview version, which supports quick sharing of content directly from the taskbar to Microsoft Teams.

New features:

  • Users can quickly share the contents of the open application window directly from the taskbar to the conference call
  • This experience will start with Microsoft Teams, eliminating the need to switch back and forth between applications in order to share windows, and what users see on the screen will not be disturbed.

Moreover, this feature is first promoted to the Windows Insiders user group who have installed Microsoft Teams for Work or Schools, and other users will get this feature in the future.

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Improvements and enhancements:

  • According to feedback, Microsoft has made the keyboard focus visual effects in the task view and Alt + Tab more prominent to make it easier to see.



  • After using this version, the clipboard history should be backed up and run normally.

  • Clicking on the gif in the emoji panel will now insert them into the supported application.

  • Updated multilingual back-end dictionaries-text suggestions and auto-corrections on the touch keyboard should now be more accurate.

  • If the user changes the accent color, the accent color in the emoji panel will take effect immediately instead of staying on the old color.

  • Fixed the input method crash when choosing to use the previous version of the Pinyin input method.

  • It alleviates the explorer.exe crash problem that sometimes occurs recently related to the use of the touch keyboard.


  • Fixed an issue where pressing Alt + F4 while Alt + Tab was open would cause explorer.exe to crash.

Set up:

  • Fixes a setting crash that may occur when trying to check remote sound properties when accessing a PC through a remote desktop.


  • Fixed an issue that caused some clipping/unexpected scaling when using OOBE on some ultra-wide monitors.

  • When the user’s fingerprint is not recognized on the login screen, the apostrophe in the error message should now be displayed correctly.

  • When taking a screenshot of a UWP application by pressing the new button in the screenshot tool, the screenshot tool should enter the foreground after the screenshot is completed.

  • Fixed an issue that caused some computers to perform error checking when waking up from sleep recently. The error message was “SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED”.

  • Fixed a deadlock that may be related to MediaPlaybackCommandManager, causing some applications to sometimes fail to play media.

  • Resolved an issue that caused the report in the Reliability Monitor to be unexpectedly blank with only an empty rectangle when viewing more information.

  • Solved an issue that caused some games to have some delays. This delay was only noticeable when the window was focused.

  • Known issues:


  • Users who use the latest ISO to update from version 22000. xxx or earlier to a newer developer channel may receive an error warning;

  • We are investigating the problem that some PCs cannot install new versions or other updates. The PC may report the error code 0x80070002. If you encounter this problem, please restart your PC and try again.

  • When installing this version, some PCs may roll back and display the error code 0xc1900101-0x4001c. If you click the rollback option, after the PC rolls back to the previous version, you may need to suspend the update until Microsoft releases a fix.

Start Menu:

  • In some cases, you may not be able to enter text when using “Search from Start” or the taskbar. If you encounter this problem, press WIN+R on the keyboard to launch the Run dialog box, and then close it.

Mission Board:

  • When switching input methods, the taskbar sometimes flickers.

  • An issue in this version is being investigated where the clock in the taskbar may get stuck and cannot be updated, especially when accessing the PC through a remote desktop.


  • Hovering the mouse back and forth between different desktops in the task view will cause the displayed thumbnail and content area to shrink unexpectedly.


  • A problem reported by some Insiders users is being fixed were the lights on their keyboards (such as Caps Lock) are not working properly.


  • After clicking the search icon on the taskbar, the search panel may not open. If this happens, restart the “Windows Explorer” process and open the search panel again.

Quick Setup:

  • Reports from insiders are under investigation that the volume and brightness sliders are not displayed correctly in the quick settings.

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